At first I had a 68Mb connection running a DL interleave depth of 1. All good and various download tests matched it.
I had some landline phone calls a few days later, ringing was intermittent and cut out, then I did manage to answer and the rattling and clicking on the line was a surprise, never had it before, It continued next day too.
The internet was still swift, but picking up the phone killed the connection every time. I put a call in to TT. Next day the line was working as normal again. TT got in touch, said they tested the line and couldnt find a fault.
So somehow it was quietly fixed. Connection solid ever since.
I checked my broadband stats on the router and now the connection was around 65Mb. No big deal.
The DL interleave depth was now 2547. Been that for over a week (see stats below).
I've little knowledge of this (applied by DLM for breaking up data packets for improved transfer?), is that a high value? Will it cause any issues for gaming ping rates etc?
Upstream line rate (kbit/s):
Downstream line rate (kbit/s):
Upstream noise safety coefficient (dB):
Downstream noise safety coefficient (dB):
Upstream interleave depth:
Downstream interleave depth:
Upstream line attenuation (dB):
Downstream line attenuation (dB):
Upstream output power (dBm):
Downstream output power (dBm):
8 days 6 hours 43 minutes 42 seconds
If DLM has added this due to the noisy line, will it eventually drop off again?
Or maybe this is how the noise was fixed? DOes the stats reveal anything to the trained eye? Is it something I should expect and carry on about my day without fussing about it??!
Never had any issues internally or externally in over 5 years, only day after fibre switchover from ADSL2+.
Hope you can shed some light on my concerns and hopefully educate me a little too.